November 19, 2015: New transcribed lists from the church registers are now available for search. Go to the Most Recent 100 for details.
November 11, 2015: We continue to upload more data you can search in. Today as well the data is transcribed from parish registers. See the Most Recent 100 for details.
November 10, 2015: More transcribed church registers are now available for search. Go to the Most Recent 100 for details.
November 9, 2015: We start the week with a lot of new records transcribed from church registers. In the list of the Most Recent 100 you find all the details.
November 5, 2015: Today we have published more transcribed records from the 1891 Census. The transcriptions are all from guests in the Digital Inn. You find links to the search forms in the menu to the right. In addition we have updated some of the other censuses based on remarks from the users of this material. All the corrected records have been checked against the original census lists before editing the content. If you discover records that you see must be transcribed incorrectly, you can report this. Read more about how to add remarks/corrections to the records.
The National Archives finished the scanning of the 1891 Census this summer and today close to 2,5 million images are available in the Digital Archives. Read more...
Norges Bank (The Central Bank of Norway) is preparing for its 200 years anniversary with the digital version of the Silver Tax of 1816. The scanned images of the tax lists were published in 2012, and now these lists are transcribed and available for search in the Digital Archives. Read more...